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Aug 11, 2013 8:00am PDT
. both from texas. setting aside donald trump, it appears there's an intensity of activity in iowa, particularly on the republican side. we saw claire mccaskill out for hillary this weekend. it's in part because it's so wide open in the gop. >> both parties will be nominating someone who's not president. that opens it up a lot. the democratic field, they have a weak bench, and be careful what they wish for to clear the field and have no competition. the last time almost uncontested nomination was '56, with stevenson. he probably would have been beaten anyway, but he was beaten. competition is good for parties. the republican party is going to get their fill of it. >> no question, but there does not appear to be that much competition yet, understandably, with hillary clinton out there find of freezing the field. >> i don't think so. martin o'malley made noise he's interested, joe biden, and kristen gillibrand, elizabeth warren, a lot of buzz, and governor cuomo from new york. a lot of talk. and let me not forgot joe biden. he will call me this afternoon and remind me. it's too early
Aug 18, 2013 8:00am PDT
pushed forward legislation in texas to ban abortion after 20 weeks, it labeled as an extreme move. that's five months. five months. there are only four countries in the world that have -- that legalize abortion after five months, china, north korea, canada and the u.s. it's actually not a particularly extreme position to say a woman needs to have a choice up to five months. then there has to be a medical reason. but it got cast as a very extreme point. i would be willing to wager that there are many, many single women who are pro-choice, who say you know what, five months sounds reasonable to me. i think part of the republican party's challenge is to not fall into the trap of having issues cast the way our political opponents want them cast, and be willing and courageous enough to have the debate. on our terms. >> there's also a strain in the republican party, places where you agree with rand paul on issues of foreign policy. cutting off aid to egypt. that creates real divisions inside the republican party. >> i agree. they have to talk about how to solve problems for americans. what's go
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